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The Old Stable Court to Stapleton Park

A Grade II* Listed Building in Stapleton, North Yorkshire

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Coordinates

Latitude: 53.6677 / 53°40'3"N

Longitude: -1.2345 / 1°14'4"W

OS Eastings: 450676

OS Northings: 419296

OS Grid: SE506192

Mapcode National: GBR MVT0.JZ

Mapcode Global: WHDCG.02FL

Entry Name: The Old Stable Court to Stapleton Park

Listing Date: 11 December 1967

Grade: II*

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1316346

English Heritage Legacy ID: 326504

Location: Stapleton, Selby, North Yorkshire, WF8

County: North Yorkshire

District: Selby

Civil Parish: Stapleton

Traditional County: Yorkshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): North Yorkshire

Church of England Parish: Darrington St Luke and All Saints

Church of England Diocese: Leeds

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Listing Text

STAPLETON BANK WOOD ROAD ESTATE
SE 51 NW (south side)

3/4 The Old Stable Court to
Stapleton Park

11.12.67

- II*


Coach-house and stables, now offices and store rooms. c1762, with later
alterations. For Edward Daniel Lascelles. Magnesian
limestone ashlar with stone slate roof. Almost square on plan around
central courtyard. Main north range is 2 storeys, 5 bays with fenestration
arranged 2-3-2, 3 central bays advanced and pedimented, east and west wings
are single storey, 7 bays and south returns are each single storey and have
3 bays, the centre is open. Plinth runs around whole range. Main range:
central round-arched coach entrance with moulded arch. To second and fifth
bays are stable entrances, plank double doors with 8-pane overlights beneath
mock fanlights painted with glazing bars and with voussoir arches.
Otherwise ground floor has 12-pane sashes with radial glazing to heads
under voussoired arches and with ashlar sills. Continuous impost band.
First floor has 6-pane sashes under flat arches of gauged ashlar. Moulded
cornice and pediment. Hipped roof. End stacks. Central ornamental cupola
with clock to base, arcaded top with domed roof and weather-vane dated 1827.
West wing: entrances to second, fourth and seventh bays have double fielded-
panel doors with 6, 8 and 10-pane overlights and mock fanlights with radial
glazing. Four 12-pane sashes with radial glazing to heads, ashlar sills.
All under voussoired arches and with continuous impost band. East wing:
opening to first bay, stable entrances to fourth, sixth and seventh bays have
plank and fielded-panel doors. 12-pane sashes with radial glazing co heads,
voussoired arches and ashlar sills . Continuous impost bands. South
ranges, alike. Three segmental-arched carriage openings with double
fielded-panel doors, and fanlights, those to left with multi-paned glazing.
Impost bands. Hipped roofs. Ridge stacks. Pevsner N, Yorkshire: The West
Riding, 1979 p 648.


Listing NGR: SE5067619296

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